WNBA vs USA W Dream11 Prediction: Team WNBA and Team USA are expected to play a competitive game in the WNBA 2021’s exhibition game at AT&T Centre on early Thursday morning (IST). Here is everything you want to know about WNBA vs USA W Dream 11 Match Prediction.
A lot is riding on this game for Team WNBA and Team USA. The 12 players named on Team USA for the Olympics will be looking at this game as a perfect opportunity to improve the team chemistry as the team bids for its seventh straight Gold Medal at the quadrennial showpiece event. Team WNBA, on the other hand, is a team with players snubbed, players from other countries and also the 2024 Olympics hopefuls.
Team WNBA | Team USA
Team 1: Team WNBA
Team 2: Team USA
Match Timing: 15 July, @ 04:30 AM
Venue: AT&T Centre
No official streaming of Team WNBA vs Team USA in India. That said, the post-match highlights of this WNBA All-Star game can be enjoyed on WNBA’s official YouTube Channel.
Status out: None.
Status Questionable: None. All the players named to play for Team WNBA in All-Stars are available to play in this Dream11 Basketball fantasy basketball match.
Note: There are eight first-timers on the All-Stars team, while Sue Bird will be in a record 12th WNBA’s showcase.
Las Vegas Aces, who sit second in the Western Conference with the 15-6 record, have the most players in WNBA 2021 All-Stars, viz, Liz Cambage, A’ja Wilson, Dearica Hamby and Chelsea Gray.
Team WNBA roster: DeWanna Bonner, Liz Cammbage, Kahleah Copper, Dearica Hamby, Brionna Jones, Jonquel Jones, Betnijah Laney, Arike Ogunbowale, Candace Parker, Satou Sabally, Courtney Vandersloot, Courtney Williams
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Status out: None.
Status Questionable: Diana Taurasi, who has missed the last three games for Phoenix Mercury due to a hip injury, said on the eve of the game that she is likely to sit out this match in a bid to be fit for the Olympics.
Team USA active roster: Ariel Atkins, Sue Bird, Tina Charles, Napheesa Collier, Skylar Diggins-Smith, Sylvia Fowles, Chelsea Gray, Brittney Griner, Jewell Loyd, Breanna Stewart, Diana Taurasi, A’ja Wilson
PF: DeWanna Bonner
SF: Brionna Jones
C: Jonquel Jones
PG: Courtney Vandersloot
SG: Courtney Williams
PF: Breanna Stewart
SF: Napheesa Collier
C: Tina Charles
PG: Chelsea Gray
SG: Skylar Diggins-Smith
Team WNBA: Liz Cammbage, Kahleah Copper, Dearica Hamby, Betnijah Laney, Arike Ogunbowale, Candace Parker, Satou Sabally
Team USA: Ariel Atkins, Sue Bird, Sylvia Fowles, Brittney Griner, Jewell Loyd, Diana Taurasi, A’ja Wilson
PG: C Gray
SG: S Diggins-Smith
SF: B Jones, D Hamby
PF: A Wilson, B Stewart (PP)
C: T Charles, J Jones (SP)
As mentioned above, this game has a degree of competitiveness. Players on Team WNBA will look to take down the Team USA, while the latter has reasons to give their all in what should be perfect preparation for the Olympics. That said, players on Team USA were selected on merit, they have racked up better numbers and should edge this game out.